On top of the world!

We have just taken out the top school STEM prize in the world, and NSW students have returned from Pittsburgh, USA with $194,200 in prizes.

In 2018 our program will award over 150 prizes for Maths, Science and Technology projects totalling over $75,000. Check out our new Year 11 & 12 age category with $2,700 in prizes for Depth Studies. We also have over $26,000 in prizes including an all-expenses-paid trip to the USA for 2 student projects and 1 teacher specifically for rural schools.

So whether you are from Bourke, Balranald, Boggabilla, Eden or Murwillumbah … we are encouraging you to get involved!

Intel ISEF 2016 Results

Four of our six ISEF finalists (66.7%) won Grand Awards for their projects at the recent 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, held in Phoenix. On a comparative scale, 26.1% of the 1768 ISEF finalists from 77 countries came away with a Grand Award. A tremendous result for our Young Scientist ISEF team!

Finalists
Grand Award winners from left: Jade Moxey (Sapphire Coast Anglican College), Macinley Butson (The Illawarra Grammar School), Aniruddh Chennapragada (James Ruse Agricultural High School) and Nga Nguyen (Sydney Girls High School).

Meanwhile James Poyitt (Redeemer Baptist School) won a $48,000 USD  four-year scholarship at the University of Arizona in the Special Awards Ceremony. His project is featured in a Science News article.

Congratulations to one of our most successful teams ever!

Four students from the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Fair team also won prizes, including NSW student, Madeline Maloof (PLC, Sydney), who won a special award from the American Dental Association Foundation.

ISEF Team Departing for Phoenix

Framed by four of our ISEF Posters, printed by Limelight Digital,  and decked in team shirts designed by our Principal Sponsor, Sebel Furniture, the Young Scientist team is minutes away from leaving Sydney Airport.

ISEF Team Departing Sydney

Arriving in Phoenix on Thursday, Grand Canyon on Friday, Harlem Globetrotters and a Hummer tour of the Sonoran Desert on Saturday, ISEF pin exchange on Sunday, Opening Ceremony on Monday, Nobel Prize Winners Panel on Tuesday, Judging on Wednesday, Public Presentation Day on Thursday and Grand Awards Ceremony on Friday – the students are set for a wonderful experience in Phoenix.

We wish them well!